I am given to understand that a H1b holder cannot do multiple jobs - this being so, will volunteering (no pay involved) be allowed. Any insight will be truly appreciated. my Volunteering work will involve building a website of the NGO and maintaining the same.
Generally, if the work is something that the organization will customarily pay someone to do, then it is not considered "volunteer" work. If the NGO is staffed by all volunteers, then it should be okay. You should consult an experienced immigration attorney to review the characteristic of the NGO and advise you accordingly.
No. That would most likely be considered unauthorized employment, and could also be a violation of labor law.
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